For the first time in Scandinavia, Fotografiska museum shows Julia Fullerton-Batten work. Inspired by her father who always carried his camera with him, Julia Fullerton-Batten decided to become a photographer at the age of sixteen. This firmness of purpose has characterised her career ever since. She was brought to the attention of the National Portrait Gallery in London, which commissioned her to produce a series of portraits.
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